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Patient and Family Education in Critical CAre

Describe barriers to learning. Critical illness, emotional and environmental distractions, language, sensory deficits
Who should serve as interpreter with a patient having a language barrier? A medical interpreter
List some teaching strategies in the cognitive domain. lecture, independent study, question and answer
List some teaching strategies in the affective domain. role palying, group activities, question and answer
Action words assembling, changing, emptying, filling, adding, and removing are in what domain? Psychomotor
How is learning best accomplished? When the message is consistent and the knowledge progresses from simple to complex concepts.
What should be included in documentation of patient teaching. Who, what, when, patient's condition, was patient open to receiving the information, how well did the learner appear to understand the information, how was the patient taught, what additional needs does the patient have?
Created by: JayneAnn